Home HHC Cats

We rescue cats but generally don't put them up for adoption. When cats that are in danger of being poisoned, or their owners are returning to England, or they are blind etc we find a place for them at HHC.
 
Firstly they live in our cat cage for approx 4 weeks so that they can get used the locality and the other cats outside the cage. Then if they are fit and able they are released. The blind/partially sighted cats live in the cage all the time.
 
The majority of the cats stay around HHC and return for their food and cuddles each day. They have a great life, hunting in the forest, lazing in the sunshine etc and really enjoy it when we have visitors and the occasional BBQ.
 
The following are some of the cats that reside at HHC...

HHC Cats Here he is Dennis (the Menace).......he surely lives up to his name.
Dennis is one of those cats that just loves to get involved with everything. He is so noisy.......When we are doing any work at HHC Dennis is there inspecting everything and generally lending a helping paw!
He has been featured in many of our newsletters.
Dennis is best friends with little Titch and they are both always up to mischief!

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HHC Cats Peggy is one of our 3 legged cats. She is about 5 years old and a very sweet natured girl.
Peggy and her daughter Tigger were given to us by a Greek man, who, had several cats which his neighbour was threatening to poison.
At the time we could only help him with 2 cats so we chose Peggy because she only had 3 legs as we thought it would be hard for her to be re-homed and of course we could not take Peggy without her daughter now could we??

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HHC Cats This is Squirrel, so called because when he was a kitten he had such a fluffy tail. Now he is all grown up the rest of him is fluffy too.

Squirrel is a really loving and affectionate cat. When we arrive at HHC he just wraps himself around your legs making it so difficult to walk you have to pick him up and carry him......mmm cunning plan!!!

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HHC Cats Here is Titch. Titch is one of the family of cats from Zakros. She was a small kitten when she came to us...a very small kitten. After a year she still looks like a kitten. Had she been left to nature she would not have survived.

Titch is a very vocal cat and seems to have no fear of anything. She is very friendly with Hector (the main namesake of HHC) a hunting dog. She also loves to snuggle up in Oleanders bed too......
Titch is also big buddies with Dennis (the menace) our big tiger of a cat!!!

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HHC Cats Bobby came to HHC as a small kitten.
He had been found all by himself, defenceless and frightened and only really needed some TLC.
At just over a year old Bobby is still a fairly small cat. He has a lovely nature, but a little shy when visitors come.

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HHC Cats Yia Yia, so named as she is the 'grandma' of a group of cats rescued from the village of Zakros. This group of cats had been looked after by an elderly lady who had died. When the family came to 'sort' out the house they threatened to poison the cats, so we offered to take them on.

Yia Yia is a lovely old gentle lady cat. Her and Titch her granddaughter are always together and can often be found sleeping in the kennel with Oleander, our very old hunting dog.

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HHC Cats Elma came to us as a very thin undernourished partially sighted feral cat. He came from the village of Kritsa and had to compete for food with many other cats. Due to his eye problems he was unable to get to the food as quickly as the other cats and became very malnourished. We took him in, had one of the eyes removed and look at him now......he's a big fat puddy cat!!!!

Elma lives in the HHC cat cage all the time as he only has very limited vision in the one remaining eye.

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